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Re: [tor-talk] To Toggle, or not to Toggle: The End of Torbutton
Mike Perry wrote:
I think we should completely
do away with the toggle model, as well as the entire idea of Torbutton
as a separate piece of user-facing software, and rely solely on the
Tor Browser Bundles, except perhaps with the addition of standalone
Tor+Vidalia binaries for use by experts and relay operators.
So can anyone bring up any specific issues that may be caused by the
We are collecting these issues as child tickets of this bug:
As an aside, we also are collecting a similar set of issues for the
removal of an HTTP proxy entirely from the tor distribution:
My normal use case is to run Tor on a computer different from the
computer which is running the browser. I then use ssh to either tunnel
the HTTP proxy connection to an instance of Privoxy running on the same
computer that is running Tor or I tunnel the output from Privoxy on the
computer running the browser to port 9050 on the computer running Tor.
(I use both methods depending on which computer I am browsing from.) I
have not yet figured out how your proposal effects these use cases.
Should I decide to add entries to the tracker, does one have to register
to do so?
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